“South America’s Uefa Cup lags behind the Copa Libertadores”
A leading US think-tank says al-Qaeda can be defeated if the US relies less on force and more on intelligence and policing to find the group’s leaders.
The eldest daughter of Chile’s late leader Gen Augusto Pinochet says she will run as a local councillor in October’s elections.
George W Bush becomes the first US President in more than 50 years to approve the death sentence of a soldier.
US bank Merrill Lynch says it will write off another $5.7bn and needs to raise another $8.5bn by selling shares
The White House cuts its forecasts for economic growth this year and next and raises its unemployment predictions.
Cubans weigh up the benefits of economic reform
In spite of global fears, Brazil hails its ethanol revolution